CPU temperature watching

O. Sinclair o.sinclair at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 08:59:47 GMT 2007


go to kde-apps and search for "cpu". I use a small app called cpu-info, 
shows me temp and speed/frequency.

Sinclair

Ron Morse wrote:
> On Thursday 08 March 2007 12:37:23 pm Donn wrote:
>> So, what's the best way to see the CPU temp and get alerts and
>> whatnot? I know zippo about this topic. I have found two candidates
>> lm-sensors and xmbmon, but that's just a quick apt-cache search.
>>
>> /d
> 
> I've used Ksensors in the past.  It's a front end for lm-sensors so you 
> need to install that, too.  
> 
> Configuring lm-sensors is non-trivial in some cases. I recommend 
> spending some time with the documentation before trying to set it up.  
> Once you get lm-sensors configured, you can just use apt-get or any 
> other package manager to install ksensors. 
> 
> Ron Morse
> 



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